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Designers Guild outdoor cushion Shaqui Prussian

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This range of indoor/outdoor cushions are the perfect way to add a decorative touch whilst remaining totally practical. Delving into the Designers Guild archives this stylish square outdoor cushion features Shaqui - a classical pattern in rich cobalt blue paired with Jaal a small scale stamped motif in emerald and cobalt tones and finished with a Lovina canvas trim in chalk. Digitally printed onto a water repellent soil stain mould and mildew resistant canvas which is also machine washable. All the outdoor cushions come with a practical hollowfibre pad.

 

 60 x 45 cm.

 

 

 All cushions are supplied with a feather pad.

 

 

 

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The Designer

Tricia Guild, a legendary position in design

Since 1970 she creates fabrics, wallpapers, paints and furniture sold in the whole world. During her interior decorator's career, her extraordinary sense of colours and her ability to evolve in time have ensured her a first rank place.
Tricia Guild supervises Designers Guild creation. Her passionate contribution to the world design brought her several distinctions: she has been nominated as honorary member of Royal Art College, awarded the international Elle Decoration award for fabrics design, and Elle Décor US award for the most beautiful wall covering...
Known for her extraordinary talent in using colour, Tricia Guild feels as well a passion for printed patterns. Damasks, ikat, Jouy toile , are as many words recalling as many cultures. Flowers, Oriental silks, ethnic patterns, geometrics or historiated patterns, everything inspires her to our great happiness.